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The Greatest American Heroine 

The aliens tell Ralph to find a suitable replacement for himself when his secret identity is revealed to the world. Much to Bill's disgust he selects a woman to be his successor.

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Sarah Hathaway (as Mya Akerling)
John A. Zee ...
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The aliens tell Ralph to find a suitable replacement for himself when his secret identity is revealed to the world. Much to Bill's disgust he selects a woman to be his successor.

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1986 (USA)  »

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Trivia

According to William Katt, the original concept for this pilot was for NBC to revive the series with himself back in the role of Ralph Hinkley for another season, but due to his steady work on Perry Mason, he declined the offer, thus The Greatest American Heroine concept was created, and ultimately rejected. See more »

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When Ralph and bill are looking at the computer for the next wearer of the suit, the camera pans to the right and the boom mic shadow is visible on the wall. See more »

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Alien: Mr Hinkley, we saw you on the Dick Cavett show.
Ralph Hinkley: Dick Cavett, huh?
[laughs]
Ralph Hinkley: I didn't know you could get that stuff up here. That's great.
[thinks about it]
Ralph Hinkley: What am I saying, I mean, of course they get that stuff up here, you probably have eh, you probably have cable up here too, don't ya?
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References The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) See more »

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The Greatest Love of All
Music by Michael Masser
Lyrics by Linda Creed
Performed by Whitney Houston
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